3 Scarves, 3 Different Ways
Look 1: J.Crew turtleneck (similar), Caslon scarf, Banana Republic jeans (old, similar), J.Crew boots (similar), Chloe Marcie bag, Ray-Ban round sunglasses, Tory Burch watch // Look 2: Zara jacket (old, similar), Joe’s jeans, Splendid tee, Nordstrom cashmere scarf (this one just sold out, plaid version), Collection XIIX beanie, Ray-Ban aviators, Clare V. clutch, Kristin Cavallari loafers // Look 3: Majestic Filatures turtleneck, Zella leggings, Hunter Tour boots, BP. scarf, BP. beanie, Ray-Ban aviators, Rebecca Minkoff small feed bag
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Scarves are one of the most important accessories for fall and winter, so today I’m sharing how to wear 3 scarves, 3 different ways. There’s a million ways you can wrap a scarf (let me know if you’re interested in a post about that), but you can also wear scarves multiple ways depending on the shape and size of it. I recently bought a scarf not realizing it was in the shape of a triangle. When I threw it on, it draped perfectly over my shoulders mimicking that of a poncho. I struggle with finding ponchos that fit my small frame, but now that I know triangle scarves work as dupes, I may have found a solution. Any scarf can be wrapped around you in the form of a cape or poncho, but with triangle scarves you don’t have excess material, so it’s not completely overwhelming. This one from Nordstrom is awesome! It comes in this gray color as well as navy.
Blanket scarves are all the rage, but what about the understated simple thin scarf? I would say this style is more about the overall look of the outfit and not necessarily about being all bundled up and cozy. I happen to like the way it adds depth to an outfit… it also does a great job in keeping your neck warm. I’ve talked about this particular scarf before, but I’m obsessed with it, so I’ll continue to sing it’s praises. This is one of the most beautiful scarves I own. The cashmere is soft and warm and the color is all kinds of amazing. It’s one of those pieces everyone needs in their closets.
Last but not least, the blanket scarf. This larger style comes in many shapes and sizes and can be wrapped a handful of different ways. Some are so large, I end up using them as blankets instead of accessories (you know which ones I’m talking about). For those that are large, but still wearable, I tend to do a half wrap. One side of the scarf goes in the front and the other in the back. It’s super easy to do and it looks effortless. This is also a great way to wrap all those funky square scarves that are thick and short.
So there you have it, 3 scarves, 3 different ways. If you’re interested in seeing how I wrap the same scarf multiple ways, let me know in the comments. Check out more of my favorite scarves above.
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Created in collaboration with Nordstrom